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Buffalo River Canopy Tours
Each zipline platform at Buffalo River Canopy Tours is built around Ozark Mountain hardwood trees. Zip through the natural flora and fauna of Arkansas. There are cabins available for longer stays, as well as other activities, including canoeing and hiking.

Camp Winnamocka
Camp Winnamocka is a team building group training course perfect for half-day or full-day adventures featuring a low and high ropes course. The high elements course includes a 450-foot zip line, as well as cargo nets, logs, wires, and a Swiss Family Treehouse. Cam Winnamocka is located in Arkadelphia, Arkansas.

Horseshoe Canyon Ranch Adventures
The Iron Horse zipline is almost half a mile long with a vertical drop of 277′ feet. You’ll fly through the air at 50mph, taking in Arkansas’ beautiful scenery. Not to be missed is the “Screamer,” a huge swing that swings you pendulum style over the Canyon.

Loco Ropes Treetop Adventure
Located at Ozark Folk Center Tate Park in Mountain View, Arkansas features a ropes course for team building exercises, and 30 different challenges to test your agility. The zipline, the Flying Pig, is a 300′ zip and perfect of anyone at least 43′ inches tall.

Ozark Mountains Ziplines
Experience a zipline canopy tour flying through the Ozark Mountains in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Ozark Mountains Ziplines features ten ziplines, up to 1800 feet long, and 200 feet above the ground. Tours are offered every day except Wednesdays. The tour typically takes two hours and is made up of two short hikes, one suspension bridge, and multiple tree platforms.

Rowdy Adventures
Rowdy Adventures is located in Okolona, Arkansas and is one of the only zipline companies in Arkansas featuring Night Time Zip adventures. You’ll zip above Coopperhead Creek Preserve on miles of cable and 14 different zip lines. Once your done zipping challenge yourself on the Rock Wall.

Zippin Griffin
Located in Hardy, Arkansas the Zippin Griffin is billed as Arkansas’ longest, highest, and fastest zipline. Your tour will send you soaring over Spring River on a dual cable, each 1700 feet long. Your flight will take you up to speeds of 60 mph. There are seven ziplines in the course. Camping, kayaking, tubing, and ATV trails are all available if you’d like to make a mini-weekend of your adventure.

Zip Lines at Ouachita Bend
The First Super G Zip Line Adventure at Ouachita Bend combines ziplines and hiking. The course is located between Hot Springs and Malvern, Arkansas and next to the Ouachita River. You’ll hike through natural wildlife areas, between seven different ziplines. Reservations are required.

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